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Real Good Show

By Justin Morissette, Stefan Heck & John Cullen

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Description

Real Good Show is a Vancouver-based sports-talk comedy podcast more concerned with telling jokes than breaking news. John Cullen, Stefan Heck and Justin Morissette try (and often fail) to talk about what's new in the wild world of sport, with new episodes every Monday. Like hockey? You're gonna love us. Hate sports? You'll still have fun.

Customer Reviews

Comedy and Sports in a Wonderful Combination

Whether you like sports, comedy or just enjoy listening to 3 dudes slapstick pop-culture Real Good Show is full of magic moments and beautiful absurdities. Justin, Stefan and John have great off the cuff banter, choice of subject matter and breadth of knowledge that guide the podcast into a multi-climactic barrel of laughs. Keep it rolling dudes.

Hilarious Podcast

You have got to tune in to enjoy the hilarious conversations of John, Stefan & Justin. The main topic of the podcast is sports, but you do not need to be a sports fan to love the podcast. They have comedic real life stories & weekly segments like the "Roller Review" which is laugh-out-loud funny. It's a must listen podcast, especially if you live in Vancouver!

The nickname is also the title

Real good is modest. This show packs in wit, clever anecdotes, and unparalleled sports journalism into easy to digest, hour and a half segments. It's indeed a very great show, but that's just my take. I would rate it 5/5 but cannot bring myself to doing so, as I recently learned through the show that Stefan looks like one of those people who would heckle him or not understand his fishy playground tweet, which would prompt his responding with a zoomed-in snapshot of their own profile photo. Also I'm unsure if Heck is his real surname. I've only heard it before in the sitcom The Middle, which is also fictitious. Clarification please.

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